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Yesterday | Marist Red Foxes
STONY BROOK Marist freshman Spencer Johnson qualified for the USA Track & Field Junior Championships in the 10,000 meters on Saturday at the Wolfie Invitational, held Saturday at Stony Brook.
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Yesterday | My Mother Lode
The University of Oregon's women's 4x100-meter relay team tied for the world lead with a time of 43.31 seconds to win the Elite Invitational division at the Mt.
Saturday | OregonLive.com
After years of laying off teachers, Oregon schools are hiring again. That bit of happy news turned a lot of heads this week -- as did anger and controversy.
Oregon Supreme Court Chief Justice Thomas A. Balmer questions an attorney during arguments heard at the University of Oregon School of Law in Eugene.
Tucked in a corner of the 162nd Inf. Regiment Readiness Center, cadets simulate the dirty business of war under the watchful eyes of their commanding officers.
Tuesday's meeting was filled with post-it notes, sharpies, highlighters and discussion about what the community association thinks of the PDC's 5-year plan.
The University of Oregon plays host to the Oregon Relays, which brings together high school, college and pro athletes for a two-day meet at Hayward Field.
I recently saw a post that showed Oregon having a "Surplus Sale" from the athletic department.
As Earth Day 2014 approaches, many may be inspired to book a last-minute, low-impact vacation to a destination that takes green living seriously.
The noted island architect and designer, founding partner of Jones & Jones architectural firm, has received numerous accolades for his firm's work on massive environmentally-minded projects inspired by nature and culture.
The University of Oregon Law School has no plans to implement a proposal to divert faculty raises to fellowships for unemployed law grads, an idea that irked a law professor whose angry email objections went viral.
We're the only major US city to still use the antiquated "commission" form of government - where commissioners get to make laws and control city bureaus.
University of Oregon Law School professors will get their merit raises after the university struck down a proposal by some faculty members to divert the money to a post-graduate scholarship fund.
When Andrew Lubash of Beaverton found out he'd become a Truman Scholar on Monday, he was in economics class at the University of Oregon.
He is the creator of the website amorebeautifulquestion.com and author of the new book A More Beautiful Question -both focusing on the power of inquiry to spark breakthrough ideas.
This was bad viral. The University of Oregon Law School professor's wild rant about his compensation made Illig look petty and unsympathetic at the same time.